forms of face and geometric forms of head.txt

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  1. The facial profiles denote the relationship of the ______ to the ____________ and __________.
    forehead to the upper lip and chin
  2. The forehead is described by
    its direction from the eyebrow upward
  3. The chin is described
    by its relationship to the upper lip
  4. The nose is
    not included in the desccription.
  5. There are three basic forms. Those are?
    • Vertical Profile
    • Convex Profile
    • and Concave Profile (aka Dishface)
  6. Vertical Profile can be described as
    a balanced straight profile where the forehead, upper lip and chin each for an imaginary straight line
  7. Convex profile can be described as
    the most common of all profiles; the forehead and chin both recede
  8. Concave Profile can be described as
    AKA the Dish Face; the least common of all profiles; the forehead and chin both protrude
  9. There are ____ other profiles that are variations of the 3 basic forms, for a total of ____.
    6 other profiles that are variation of the 3 basic forms, for a total of 9.
  10. In the six other profiles
    the first term refers to the forehead and the 2nd term refers to the chin.
  11. Convex-Concave Profile
    Forehead recedes and chin protrudes
  12. Concave-Convex Profile
    forehead protrudes and chin recedes
  13. Vertical-Convex Profile
    Forehead is vertical and chin recedes
  14. Vertical-Concave Profile
    Forehead is vertical and chin protrudes
  15. Convex-Vertical Profile
    Forehead recedes and chin is vertical
  16. Concave-Vertical Profile
    Forehead protrudes and chin is vertical
  17. The term convex refers to
    receding features
  18. The term concave refers to
    protruding features
  19. Oval or "Egg Shaped" form
    • Most Common head shape from front view
    • Shape visible from front, profile and bilateal view
    • Cranium is slightly wider than the jaws
  20. Round or "Infantine" form
    • The jaw line, cranium and hairline often repeat curvature
    • This shape is sometimes described as spherical
  21. Square or "Strong" form
    • The length and width appear to be similar
    • The face is broad, with very little curvature to the sides
  22. Oblong form
    • The head is described as long and noticeable narrow
    • This form is almost always accompanied by hollow or sunken cheeks
  23. Triangular form
    • This is the least common form of the head shape from front view
    • This form is wider between the angles of the jaw than across the forehead
    • The sides are relatively straight as they taper toward the top of the head
  24. Inverted Triangle form
    • This form is wider across the forehead than between the angles of the jaw
    • The sides are relatively straight as they taper toward the chin
  25. Diamond form
    • This form is widest across the cheekbones
    • The forehead and jaw line taper mediality

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